A scary game for the PS2 that deals with ghosts, from the looks of it the game is somewhere along the storyline of The Ringu. You play as a young girl who went to a haunted mansion to find her bro. While there you find his magic camera that defeats ghosts, and you get caught up in an adventure to stop the evil in the mansion. The feeling you get playing this game is sorta like that feeling you get when you play Silent Hill 3 in the dark.
While Fatal Frame is a scary game, the controls are sorta confusing sometimes.
Fatal Frame will is the game to get if you want to know just how bad ghosts are.
An absolutely shit-scary game for the PS2 and Xbox (also known as Project Zero in Europe) which has two sequels and a cult following.more...
The original focuses around Miku, a college student who goes to a mansion to find her missing brother. What she discovers is that there are ghosts in the mansion, and the only thing which stands between her and them is Camera Obscura, a camera (no surprises there, then) which can seal ghosts in the photographs it takes.
The game itself is very, very atmospheric, and makes you jump endlessly. The story slowly unfolds through notes, diaries, newspaper clippings, etc. The history of the mansion holds a dark secret: Many secretive rituals took place there.
The game takes several influences from Asian horror films such as Ringu and Ju-On. You can't help but notice the similarties between some of these films and the game - creepy women in white kimonos with long hair, scenes to make you jump, but the game is all the better for it.
This game manages to stand out amoungst the other games in the genre by showing original combat and by being genuinely creepy. The main thing that may put players off is the unoriginal conrols and 'find a key, unlock the door, solve a puzzle' approach. But it is definitely a very scary game.
Apparently, there is also a film in the making. Unless it's directed by Uwe Boll, this could be extremely good.